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Scripture memory passage for the week of October 15, 2017

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Life is Found in The Blood

Leviticus 17:1–17:16
Chapters 17-20 reveal a legal code of conduct for the people of Israel, touching on many areas of their public life. These four chapters deal with four special areas of life that must be respected and kept holy: (1) The sanctity of life (Chap. 17), (2) the sanctity of sex (Chap. … Read more

The Trespass Offering

Leviticus 5:1–5:13
THE TRESPASS OFFERING - Chapters 5-6The trespass offering (v. 6) was to atone for specific acts of sin (vv. 1-5) of which a man was fully aware. This offering was needed for two kinds of sins. (1) The sins that were against “the holy things of the Lord” (5:15). (2) The … Read more

The Burnt Offering

Leviticus 1:1–1:9
Some have said that Leviticus is the most boring book of the Bible. This is easy to think unless you see how Christ is on every page of Leviticus. Like no Old Testament Book, Leviticus is filled with pictures of Christ. In Genesis, we see humanity ruined by the fall. In Exodus we … Read more

Paul’s Farewell Blessing

II Corinthians 13:11–13:14
Paul’s final appeal in this letter is a call for unity. In the first nine chapters he addressed the majority of the Christians in the Corinthian assembly. In chapters 10 - 13:10, his words were directed primarily to those who questioned his integrity. In fact, he is not e … Read more

A Warning of Discipline

II Corinthians 13:1–13:10
As we come to the last chapter of this Corinthian letter most of the church has repented and changed its attitude toward Paul. However, there is a handful of people who are still following the false teachers and living in a worldly manner and open immorality. Paul has been … Read more

Paul’s Vision and Thorn in the Flesh

II Corinthians 12:1–12:10
In the previous chapter Paul’s focus of attention has been on earthly, physical experiences in the gospel. Now he shifts his attention to two experiences he has had from God. In order to avoid exalting himself he describes these experiences in the third person. The Revelat … Read more

Paul’s Concern for the Corinthians

II Corinthians 12:11–12:18
As Paul neared the end of this time he once again went over personal information about himself. He did this because of the situation the Corinthians had allowed to develop in their church (vv. 11-12). When they should have rallied to his defense they remained silent and permitt … Read more

Sin in the Church

II Corinthians 12:19–12:21
The writing of this letter was to pave the way for Paul’s coming to Corinth. He made it clear that sins in the church must be dealt with in a Biblical way. To “sweep them under the rug"only makes matters worse. Sin in the church is like cancer in the human body … Read more

Paul’s Vision and Thorn in the Flesh

II Corinthians 12:1–12:10
In the previous chapter Paul’s focus of attention has been on earthly, physical experiences in the gospel. Now he shifts his attention to two experiences he has had from God. In order to avoid exalting himself he describes these experiences in the third person. The Revelat … Read more

Suffering for Christ

II Corinthians 11:22–11:33
Some of Paul’s religious assailants in Corinth were no doubt Jews. They hurled the charge at Paul that he was no true Hebrew. They said he had apostatized from the faith and that he could not possibly be a faithful minister of God. With this in mind, Paul proceeds to descri … Read more

Boasting as a Fool

II Corinthians 11:16–11:21
Talking about one’s own accomplishments can be an awkward experience. Some people had raised question about Paul’s apostleship. Because of this, what Paul is about to do in this passage is contrary to his character. He never had any problem boasting about Christ and telling of Hi … Read more

Self Appointed Teachers

II Corinthians 11:10–11:15
Paul says, as the truth of Christ is in me, no one shall stop me from this boasting in the regions of Achaia (v. 10). Why? Because I do not love you (v. 11)? God knows! But what I do, I will also continue to do, that I may cut off the opportunity from those who desire an opportun … Read more

Paul and the False Apostles

II Corinthians 11:1–11:9
In the final chapters of Second Corinthians, the Apostle Paul is dealing with probably the most powerful tool, the most dangerous threat to a church the devil has - infiltration - the destruction of a church from within by teachers who are straying from the truth. This is still … Read more

Paul Defends His Authority

II Corinthians 10:1–10:6
We need to keep in mind that throughout this letter Paul is writing to a divided church, and a church that is being seduced by false teachers. These false teachşers charged Paul with being very courageous when he wrote letters from a distance, but said that he was … Read more


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